Experienced Brain Injury Lawyers Serving the Chicago Area
Brain Injury Compensation Attorney in Illinois
Sometimes called the “silent epidemic” or “invisible injury”, brain injuries are life-altering, traumatic occurrences. What’s more, they are often undetectable to the causal observer, and at times, even to the victim.
In the medical field, understanding the brain is still a large challenge. Even medical professionals with years of experience and training are often forced to resort to trial and error and guesswork. While that fact remains, medical professionals who treat brain injuries are still held to same standards of quality. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury that directly resulted from the mistake of a doctor, nurse, technician or other medical professional, the brain injury attorneys at Malman Law in Chicago, IL can help.
Understanding Brain Injury
A common misconception is that all brain injures result in symptoms like dizziness, seizure, disorientation, fuzzy thinking and headaches. But many brain injures have little to no symptoms, making them one of the most difficult to diagnose and treat.
Brain and head injuries can require a broad range of medical treatment, from mild cases – in which the injured person looks and acts normally – to severe cases, where the victim requires round-the-clock care for life.Unfortunately, many insurance companies and responsible parties don’t make it easy for brain injury victims, even if they are clearly at fault. That’s why it’s so important to seek the assistance of a Chicago malpractice lawyer so you can get the money you need to properly care for your brain injury.
At the Law Offices of Steven J. Malman, P.C., we have a doctor on our staff that knows how to determine the severity of your brain injury. We have a variety of contacts we can call on, including neurosurgeons, neurologists, physiatrists, therapists, and many other medical experts who can assess your injuries and help us prove your case. If you need ongoing treatment, we can make a referral for you.
Our personal injury law firm uses a systematic approach to get the responsible surgeon or individual to pay the full recovery amount that you are entitled to. We understand that you don’t have time to wait, so we will get your case underway as soon as possible so you can get through this difficult time in your life. We want you to concentrate on getting better.
If we are unable to negotiate a fair settlement for you, our Chicago medical malpractice attorneys will not hesitate to take the matter before a judge. You are entitled to be repaid for pain and suffering, lost earnings, current and future medical bills, and any lost future earnings.
The Malman Law is committed to fighting for medical malpractice victims. We believe that all people – not just the wealthy – deserve great legal representation. Although we cannot guarantee the outcome of your, our attorneys have a very high success rate and most of our cases settle out of court.
We offer all potential clients a free case evaluation. Managed by principal Attorney Steve. J. Malman, our law firm has spent over 20 years representing clients injured in the state of Illinois, with many of our personal injury and workers compensation clients coming to us from around the Chicago area. Our clients are men, women and children living in Chicago, Oak Park, Homewood, Hazel Crest, Riverside, Matteson, Bellwood, Westchester, Cicero, Chicago Heights, Olympia Fields, Berwyn, Blue Island, South Holland, Maywood, Sauk Village, Lansing, and Oak Lawn in Cook County. We also represent clients that have been injured in Lake County, Will County and DuPage County.
To better serve our clients, Malman Law employs a full-time Registered Nurse with over 30 years experience working and operating various nursing homes throughout Chicagoland. Our nurse is dedicated to reviewing all of the nursing home and medical malpractice cases to assist in the prosecution of the cases.
To schedule your free consultation with Malman Law, Request a Free Traumatic Brain Injury Case Evaluation or call us.